Dear DNR,

Fix those helicorders! They are ALL turned OFF since Nov. 4 and most are broken!

How can authorities guarantee the safety of Louisiana water, Bayou Corne neighbors and the national gas supply if you have NO monitors at this dangerous caved-in salt cavern next to huge butane storage tanks?

REMAINING BAYOU CORNE HELICORDERS
ALL BROKEN, OFFLINE

LOCATION

LAST WORKED ON DISPLAY

LA 14

NOV. 4 Shows seismic activity

LA 18

NOV. 4 BROKEN – shows flatline

LA 19

NOV. 4 BROKEN – DRUNK

LA 17-01

NOV. 4 BROKEN – all fuzz

LA 17-02

NOV. 4 Shows seismic activity

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LEANsmilie

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14 thoughts on “Dear DNR,

    • at the end of this video when they talk about the Indonesia tsunami and the possible advance warning some inside traders and financiers had on it …. it makes you wonder if they turned off the helicorders at Lake FUBAR because something is about to happen 😦

    • Now I am all creeped out.
      I think there is more to turning off the helicorders than laziness or indifference. I think they KNOW something is rumbling down there…

  1. I was looking at a Topo map of Windrock Mountain it’s about 3,000 feet above sea level, it about 800 to 900 feet above sea level in the valleys
    That where TVA put a wind farm at
    http://www.anyplaceamerica.com/directory/tn/anderson-county-47001/summits/windrock-mountain-1274862/
    Coal Creek Windrock Windmills

    Raccoon Mountain dam why pump water on top of a mountain experiment

    TVA Raccoon Mountain Pumped Storage Plant: An Engineering “Feat” Beneath%

    Raccoon Mountain Pumped Storage Facility

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